Measure K supporters line up along Pacific Coast Highway in front of Redondo Union High School. Photo by David Mendez
“There’s not much to be against it,” said Planning Commissioner Doug Rodriguez.
Rodriguez, who recently announced his candidacy for the District 2 City Council seat, held a banner and chanted in support of the measure alongside K’s supporters that Saturday. “[The Kensington] was voted on unanimously by the planning commission, by the school board and by city council,” he said. “And to get the council to vote unanimously on something related to rezoning is tough.”
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